Military Service: US Army Security Agency - Russian intelligence analyst
Career: Three decades as a strategic planning consultant for business & government
Assignments: USA - Europe - Far East - South America
Consulting: Fortune 500 companies - small businesses - US & foreign governments
Specialties: Consultant - Speechwriter (White House) - Speaker - Author -Parodist - Poet
Languages: Russian - German - French - Italian - Spanish
Democracy: Inalienable rights are a privilege - born by the sacrifice of others
Dictatorships: Born out of anger, fear, hopelessness complacency, and blind faith
Hope for America: To place patriotism over partisanship
America's Youth: The US Constitution: read it, love it, live it, and defend it
Most Rewarding: Working at the White House during the G.H.W. Bush presidency
Most Challenging: Assisting Russia in making the transition to free markets
Lost in Siberia: The true test of faith is when we have no good reason to believe it exists
Most Dangerous: Refusing to play Russian roulette. Why? - Someone always loses
West Berlin: Working in Berlin for six years, until it fell on November 9, 1989
Most Surprising: Unexpectedly met Dr. Henry Kissinger - warm, polite and brilliant
Most Harrowing: Arrested in Tehran, Iran four days after the US Embassy hostage crisis
Greatest Inequity: Global disparity between men's rights vs. women's rights
Global Warming: Fact or Fiction - Action vs. Denial. Is the latter worth the risk?
Summary: Carpenter's Rule - Measure twice, cut once - it applies to life's decisions as well
"The formula for success is faith, family, friends, fortitude and compassion for others." —Morris Chamovitz "Surrogate Father & Mentor"
"There are three sides to every story--two opinions and the truth la in between"
—Dorothy "Dragica" Popovich "Mother"
"There is no greater strength than humility--and no greater weakness than arrogance." —Robert "Branko" Popovich